One of our goals at AAOKH is to create STEM opportunities for research and engagement for Alaska Native students, and our current AAOKH-affiliated students certainly make us proud! Check out these recent student-led scientific presentations.

Check out a copy of Roberta Turraaq Glenn’s recent presentation at Arctic Science Summit Week, where she was also a convener on a special session called ‘Use and Usability of Data and Information within Arctic Community-Driven Research.’ Kudos Roberta, and quyanaqpak for sharing your research!!

Roberta, Elizabeth Mik’aq Lindley, and Kimberly Kivvaq Pikok also co-created a poster about their AAOKH research activities for this week’s One Health, One Future conference, titled ‘A rapidly changing Arctic: Insights from community-based observations in two coastal Indigenous communities.’ Congrats to these three amazing Indigenous scholars. Quyana and quyanaq for your work with AAOKH!!

Check out this short video explanation about the One Health, One Future Conference poster.